Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!== Nirvana Years == During the early days of the band, Kurt was very unhappy with the band's inability to draw in large crowds that lead the band to rotate drummers on almost a regular basis. After some time, the band settled on '''[[Chad Channing]]''', whom they recorded their first album with Sub Pop Records in 1989, titled Bleach. However after the recording of this album, Cobain became unhappy with Channing's drumming style which eventually lead them to let him go and hire '''[[Dave Grohl]]''' in his place. The band didn't return to the studio to record again until April of 1990 where they recorded the song "''[[Polly]]''" that would later appear on their next studio album, ''[[Nevermind]]''.napisal pisoenke dobre pomarańczowe oraz zoo Zwierzęta ratowac wózek 1991, the band would return to the studio once again to record the album that would change the Seattle music scene forever. ''Nevermind'' was then released later in the year, featuring the single "''[[Smells like Teen Spirit]]''" that became a hit song upon its release. It was this album that pushed '''Michael Jackson's''' ''Dangerous'' album off the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart. Along with the lead single "''Smells like Teen Spirit''" the album also produced three other top hit singles "''[[Come As You Are]]''", "''[[Lithium]]''", and "''[[In Bloom]]''". Upon the release of the album on September 24, 1991, the album launched the grunge scene into the mainstream, opening the pathway for bands such as ''Alice in Chains'', ''Pearl Jam'', and ''Soundgarden''. During this period, ''Nirvana'' was considered the "Flagship Band of Generation X" and Cobain found himself reluctantly anointed by the media as the generation's "spokesman." Cobain's discomfort with the media attention prompted him to focus on the band's music and, believing their message and artistic vision to have been misinterpreted by the public, challenged the band's audience with its third studio album "''[[In Utero]]''". It should be noted that throughout all this Cobain started using hard drugs such as heroin and pills which affected his social behavior as well as his equally drug-addicted wife “Courtney Love“ from another punk band ”Hole”. Summary: Please note that all contributions to the Nirvana Wiki are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://nirvana.fandom.com/wiki/Kurt_Cobain"